Do your fingers ache from neuropathy or arthritis? Is the frigid cold outside taking your regular chronic hand pain to a whole new level? It’s annoying, right? I get it…I’m always searching for products to help with peripheral neuropathy and arthritic type hands.
If you follow any influencers on Instagram or have been inside a Sephora or even your local drugstore in recent years, then you’re probably well aware of the at home face mask trend. From inexpensive Korean sheet masks to high end 24 carat gold ones, face masks of all types are a thing – a HUGE thing.
I like to layer chokers with longer style necklaces and pendants. Instead of relying on someone to help me take my necklaces on and off, I buy my magnet attachment clasps at the local craft store. When I explain that I have trouble with my hands, they are happy to put them on any necklaces…
You don’t have to have a disability to get why I have a love/hate relationship with mascara. It’s the one beauty product that has both the ability to make you look younger and like a football player at the exact same time.
Straightening one’s hair when you have hand weakness and other disabilities is not only difficult, it’s downright dangerous! Believe me, I’ve probably bought every type of flat iron ever made and have the burn marks to prove it. Sure, wearing gloves can help, but not so much when you drop a 375° iron on your foot or accidentally brush it against your forehead
One of the easiest ways to update an old pair of jeans is to cut off the bottom seam. Some skinny jeans taper close to the bottom and, by cutting the fixed seam, they may become stretchy enough to fit over an afo and pair with either high-top sneakers or ankle wrapped sandals. You can…
I started Trend-Able to empower women with invisible physical disabilities to look and feel their best in order to live their best lives.
I struggled with low self esteem as a young person with invisible disabilities and have made it my mission to help others learn how to accept their perfections and focus on their strengths.
I had one of those, Why didn’t I think of that?” kinda moments when I stumbled upon a photo of a pair of EZ Sox on Pinterest. My mom, when she was alive, would have loved this product. Due to Charcot Marie Tooth Disorder, the neuromuscular disease that I too inherited
Blowdrying my thick long hair is a 55-minute high-intensity workout even for those without disabilities. I’m so glad I found this hands free hairdryer! It is nearly impossible for me to get a brush through my hair while holding a heavy blowdryer in my weak, tissue wasted hands. When I saw this flexible neck blowdryer…
If you have fine motor issues, then you know all too well the struggle of pulling, gripping, and sliding any type of card. In my post, ”How To Get A Grip When You Literally Can’t”, I talk about the daily challenges I encounter just running basic errands with hand neuropathy.
Whenever I’m asked to show my drivers license I cringe.